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If desperation had a face, it might resemble that of Nooria, a widowed mother of seven from the northern Afghani city of Kunduz. The Taliban last week overran Kunduz, one of a succession of provincial capitals to fall to the Islamist militant group as it swiftly encircles the nation's capital, Kabul. For Nooria, who did not want her family name used, the fighting announced itself when a rocket ...

President Joe Biden has signed an executive order to rejoin the Paris Agreement, which has the United State promising to lower its COs emissio…

While wives are much more likely to outearn their husbands today than they were several decades ago, the share of female breadwinners varies on a geographic basis due to cultural and demographic differences.

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